A Flooding Disaster on the High Plains

Virtually the only hazards issued by the National Weather Service today across the contiguous United States are Flood Warnings. Nebraska and Iowa have been hit particularly hard by flooding following last week's "bomb cyclone", a historic »

Bomb Cyclone Delivers Wintry Wallop, Shuts Down Eastern Colorado

Yesterday's storm was ever bit as strong as advertised, delivering a wild assortment of weather to eastern Colorado on Wednesday. We set a new record low pressure for Colorado Wednesday morning as explosive cyclogensis took place »

Explosive Cyclogenesis Achieved, Strong Winds and Heavy Snow for Northeast Colorado Today

With a 972mb(!!) low over Southeast Colorado this morning, and a more than 34mb pressure drop since the same time yesterday –– we've more than accomplished explosive cyclogenesis on the plains, especially given our latitude. An incredible »

Major Storm a Major Snow Forecast Headache Along Urban Corridor, Blizzard Warning Issued

Snowfall is never a fun thing to predict along the Front Range. Each storm that moves through presents its own challenges –– whether it's a banded snowfall »